DiscoPanda (discopanda) wrote,

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Got a camera earlier today that /doesn't/ use 110 for once. This one uses 35. Says it's a "Ricoh FF-3 AF" on the camera...

It has a control to switch between ASA 25/64/100/200/400/1000. I have no clue what the difference is between these. Anyone happen to know a good way to explain this to me?

As far as film goes, I hear Fuji is usually good stuff. And to be honest, their NeoPan film sounds like fun to try... But for color, I dunno which ones are better or worse...

...like I said, I'm used to having one kind of cartridge available, and simply insert cartridge, advance film, and hit the "take picture" button...

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